Eerie Silence On 10 cents Increment on Fuel prices

What does this eeriness mean ? One political analysts told audie61 bluntly.”the rakyat couldn’t be bothered anymore as there are too many holes in their pockets to stitched up

Long gone are the days of protests of increasing fuel prices and what the PDAM (Petrol Dealers Association of Malaysia) say about long queues at petrol stations every time prices were increased will not be happening.

He added,”The people are simply FEDUP to say the least and cannot wait to repay the government of the day the same way that they are being treated now. It will be soon and PRU14 could be the time.

News are also filtering through from internet portals that Putrajaya has announced that it would no longer warn consumers prior of fuel price increase.

This is extracted ,” The retail price of RON95 petrol will go up by 10 sen and RON97 will increase by 20 sen a litre for July 2015, effective midnight. “However, the price of diesel will remain unchanged at RM2.05 a litre,” according to the Petrol Dealers Association of Malaysia deputy president, Datuk Zulkifli Mokti.

He said the new price for RON95 is RM2.15 a litre, and RON97 at RM2.55 a litre after the goods and services tax.; “The prices will be effective from 12.01 am, July 1,” he said.

The eerie silence is very unusual for Malaysians in particular as many will certainly voice their concerns. This will spark another mad scrambling of food,goods and services increases.

DO YOU FEEL THE HEAT…??

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Extreme Religious and Race relations

2106This writer is really colour-blind and respects every Religion in the world. Everyone have their own beliefs and their right to practise their own religion and be guided by their own set of rules and ethics in their faith.

Every weekend for the past 6 months this writer would use his twitter handle to upload this:- Thank U Malaysia 4 Religious Freedom Peace & Security  . There will be a number of tweets which are shared to those who are on his twitter lists.

Giving more encouragement  is the chief administrator of the state the CHIEF MINISTER audie61 calls him previously “Robotic” Nan but who since took office in February 28th 2014 have been very determined in his approach.

We salute him for the statements like:- “described the people of Sarawak as “very lucky” because they were not split by race, religion and tradition.

“We have been living in peace and harmony and we must keep it that way. Do not follow the attitude of some groups and individuals in West Malaysia who are quarrelling every day.

“They (West Malaysians) should emulate our example in Sarawak,” he said, reiterating his stand that as long as he was chief minister, he would not allow racists and extremists to come over to Sarawak.”

This statement too have stucked to mosts of the people who believe in Adenan the CM which reads,He believed everyone was a child of God regardless of race and religion.”

So where do we go from here? We are in no position to judge anyone and only God can judge us. We are posting not to shake the apple cart which have already been shaken and gone through worse turbulent times but to REMIND THOSE BIGOTS,EXTREMISTS AND TROUBLEMAKERS that you are being watched and tracked by all who LOVE PEACE and HARMONY in MALAYSIA.

Don’t use Race and religion to champion your POLITICAL CAUSE or OWN EXTREME AGENDA as this will not sell to the majority of people.  

The pictures that we have put in here will cause a stir no doubt and there are many comments in both of them. They both have got MANY LIKES AND SHARES IN THE FACEBOOK.

Asrul Samad have so far garnered  2813 Likes and 4893 shares and 10296 comments while Rakan Bestnye Sarawak (RBS) have 6556 Likes 2308 shares and 529665 people reached with 367 comments.

Yours sincerely alone cannot be seen fighting for a truly Multi racial and religious Malaysia and this needs all of us out there to put this people in their place and even CAGED THEM UP.

Sarawak certainly don’t want them and nor does Malaysia.

LETS ALL SAY NO TO EXTREME RELIGIOUS AND RACE RELATIONS

PAS Sarawak Leader leaves Party

pas utk semua(Extracted from internet portal)

Former Sarawak PAS election director Mohd Fidzuan Zaidi has confirmed that he left the Islamist party two days ago.

Although the outcome of the elections at the party’s muktamar last week- which saw the progressives camp being purged from the party – was not the main reason he left the party, Fidzuan did not deny that he was quite disappointed with the results.

“Yes, I’m a bit disappointed. But it’s normal, like when a team we support loses.

“Like football teams Manchester United and Liverpool, there’s dissatisfaction if they do not win. But it’s not my main reason for leaving PAS,” he told Malaysiakini when contacted.

Fidzuan said his main reason for leaving the party was because he wanted to focus on his career and to take a break from politics.

Fidzuan’s leaving comes after Santubong PAS commissioner Andri Zulkarnaen Hamden denied that party members were leaving the party.

“Many have asked me on the issue faced by the Sarawak PAS leadership as of late.

“I want to stress that all those speculations are just rumours,” Andri had said.

Could re-join the party in the future

Fidzuan who has been with PAS for 20 years explained that he was the type who could only focus on one thing at a time.

“I am a determined person, so when I do something, I do it wholeheartedly and one at a time.

He also denied that the conflict occurring between the party’s two camps was a reason why he had left the party.

“No, it’s just that if I am still a PAS member, I still have a responsibility in the party,” he said.

He was also open to the idea that he could re-join the party in the future as it all depends on his career.

Fidzuan has also yet to receive a response from the party’s top leadership over his actions.

“Maybe they will say ‘all the best’ to me,” he said

DAP + PKR = 0

dapSarawak DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen said as long as PKR was working with PAS, the cooperation between Sarawak DAP and Sarawak PKR was almost at zero.

He said the reason why Sarawak DAP quit the state Pakatan Rakyat (PR) was because despite the PAS policy to pursue the implementation of hudud law nationwide, Sarawak PKR still wanted to work with PAS.

“The implementation of hudud law has no place in Sarawak,” he said, adding that he could not understand why Sarawak PKR still wanted to work with PAS although this was going against the wishes of the majority of Sarawakians.

For that reason, he said Sarawak DAP had to sever ties with PKR or anyone else in the same boat as PAS.

“If PKR still has any doubts about it, then it should be clear by now. It is also time for PKR to sever ties with PAS. Only then can any form of cooperation between DAP and PKR be possible